In response to the growing corporate demand for specialized skills, the MIM program offers areas of concentration that take students beyond the core MIM curriculum. Out of the 75 credits required for the MIM program, 12 elective credits fulfill the specialization requirement.
Students can choose from one of two areas:
Addresses the issues and challenges surrounding international marketing strategies. Courses emphasize cross-cultural knowledge and communication as the foundation for effective international marketing campaigns.
In today’s fast-paced global marketplace, supply chains have become an intricate and challenging web of legal, governmental, and business concerns. This specialization prepares students for careers in this field.
For students admitted 2013 or earlier, an additional specialization is available.
Provides the tools and knowledge to help international organizations achieve their financial goals. Trade finance, the unique challenges of international financial management, and the international monetary system will central to this coursework.